Morso 04 stove, page 2 of reviews
The Morso 04 stove is the smallest of the 3 steel contemporary Morso stoves.
It has 1 door with glass in it and is a multi fuel stove meaning you can burn wood and coal in it.
The 04 can be placed on a 12mm thick hearth.
- Height: 573mm
- Width: 401mm
- Depth: 431mm
- Flue Diameter: 125mm
- Fuel: Multi fuel
- Nominal Heat Output: 5kW
- Efficiency: 81%
Page 2/3 of reviews for Morso 04 stove
A Morso 4 stove was purchased for my Wine Estate's tasting room in November 2010. Living in Cape Town - South Africa, our winters are not very cold but the fire is used steadily in winter to... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Wet wood can cause problems when used in any stove, you may not be aware that the stove flue is over-drawing unless you are not able to close the stove down to a slumbering mode. These are consumable items and will require replacing and it may be worth getting a thicker one fabricated if this happens again.
I've had one of these for a couple of years now and it's OK but I'm not wonderfully impressed. This may be partly because the Morso 04 seems happiest burning wood and unfortunately I generally... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: It is a recommendation for all stoves to be checked at least monthly to insure that the flue way is clear, if it is blocking up more frequently then the stove is not being worked hard enough or the fuel could be at fault.
An excellent stove. Easy to light and quick to heat up. We have yet to try an over night burn and given the size of the firebox its potential will be a little limited. Well worth the money. ... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Great feed back for this model.
We have had our stove for over 8 years so I think I can give a full review of the stove. Firstly it looks fantastic, if you want a small modern simple looking stove this is it. The heat out... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: If you have only had to change the glass in the stove over the last 8 years you have done well especially if these are the original bricks as well, to replace these may seem expensive but if you average it out over 8 years very cheap for the warmth that it brings to your home.
Ok , reading the other reviews , thought id add my comments Firsty this was out first multi fuel stove , recomeneded by my friend a heatas engineer .We had no chimney ,the stove was plaaced... [ read more ]
Had this stove now for a year and after seeing and using other 5 kw multifuel burners in the past all I can say is where have you been all my life Morso!!! what a fantastic stove simple to use... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Wonderful review for the Morso stove, nothing more to say!!
This is the second year we have had our Morso 04 stove. It was bought partly because it was the right size and output, but also it looks great and seemed to have been reviewed well on this site... [ read more ]
Stove expert replied: Good quality at a reasonable price, easy to operate. Great review, and Defra approved for Smoke Control Areas what more can anyone expect?
Just got the Morso 04 Jan 2010. Never had a stove before. House is 20 year old, has a chimney but I had a gas effect fire in it, which apart from decoration served no purpose in adding additional... [ read more ]
We love our Morso 04 stove - we've installed it in a 1960's property along with a double lined flue as the house doesn't have a chimney. The stove can initially be slightly stubborn on dank... [ read more ]
Looks good, and is the right size for what I want. It took me a little bit of time to get used to it and getting it to work probably.